If you find yourself in trouble you can always use your phone to dial 911. Or you can reach for this compact 3D-printed lens that turns your smartphone’s camera flash into the Bat-Signal, summoning someone who can help but who also has a way cooler car than the police do.
Ebay banned the sale of spells back in 2012, and Etsy has followed suit, adjusting its guidelines on what kind of services can be sold through the site. No longer allowed: “any metaphysical service that promises or suggests it will effect a physical change (e.g., weight loss) or other outcome (e.g., love, revenge).”
Etsy, the site chock-filled with wonderful and useful and cool things you never knew you needed (but now know you really do need), has done it again. Witness this incredible bag, crafted of felt in the very image of R2-D2. Well-done, artisans of Moscow-based Krukrustudio.
If you've been watching Outlander, you've probably found yourself thinking: Goddamn, I could use some knitwear. And a tweed skirt. And a plaid sweater. And maybe some really sturdy leather shoes? And so I have assembled this shopping guide, as a public service.
Of course your cat just lays about the house sleeping, eating and pooping all day — it doesn't have proper protection. Unlock your cat's full potential with a suit of hand-crafted leather body armor.
Looks like when Han Solo was dunked in Bespin's Carbon Freezing Chamber, he was frozen in a most unfortunate... er, position.
We can't promise that this crocheted face mask by Etsy seller Rose Pope will make you any easier to understand than Bane was in The Dark Knight Rises, but it certainly looks a good deal more comfortable to wear. Pope is selling these masks for £60, but due to high demand, there's a waiting list for this cold-weather…
Etsy seller EwoksInTutus has designed a Worf-inspired hooded sweatshirt that makes use of more than his warrior's sash. If you pull up the hood, you get a nice bit of lazy cosplay in the form of his Klingon forehead ridges. Now we need a Deep Space Nine version, too.
Etsy member Shankalonian has constructed some pretty beautiful versions of famous spacecraft, out of old salvaged computer parts. Like this version of the U.S.S. Kelvin from Star Trek, made out out of "an ancient hard drive motor, hard drive reader arms, mother board capacitors, [and] a Toyota Corolla spark plug."
Buying gifts for toy collectors is always hard. Even if you can decipher what they want - never easy when the tiniest of variations can turn one toy into trash, and another into treasure - their choices are sometimes impossible to find. Still, there is hope! Here are 20 toys that will make awesome gifts for the…
Nothing says "I'm glamorous and spooky" like a beautiful eyeball pendant worn on a chain around your neck. We've combed through Etsy for some of the most striking (and occasionally goofy) eyeball jewelry for your everyday mystical moments — or for that special Halloween party night.From From From …
Oh, Etsy, you wonderfully weird online bazaar. One can find almost anything beneath your digital marquee — from made-to-order Jayne Cobb beanies to dog toys in the shape of a penis, to bar soap carved in the likeness of a baby's face — but there's one thing you won't find for sale at Etsy: human bones.
Perfect for hiding your whisky on a paleontology dig or if you just like reciting lines from Jurassic Park while tailgating, this porcelain flask is shaped like a single Velociraptor claw. Just remember to cork it before pretending to slice your friends' bellies open, or risk spilling booze instead of blood.
If your dreams of squatting in the Shire were dashed after the sheep moved in and filming for The Hobbit began, here's something to assuage your pain. An Etsy seller has built a series of Bag End children's playhouses priced at the cost of a few months' rent, and they're big enough to fit a Rider of Rohan or two.…
This cute little art robot could be the best friend you ever have — and by purchasing it, you could be helping kids to learn creative writing.
The results of the "space craft" contest sponsored by NASA and Etsy are in, and the finalists include some of the coolest home-made space art we've ever seen. Here are some of our favorites.
If you're ever stuck flying an Apollo Program module, you'd better hope you're wearing this necktie, which is silk-screened with schematics from NASA's newly declassified Apollo Operations Handbook. It's just one entrant in NASA's new contest, in partnership with Etsy.com.
Proof that Etsy's crafty users can do anything they set their minds to: The company's New York headquarters got a makeover for its conference room, turning it into a room on a space station. And check out Etsy's supervillain lair!